Check wlfh your&al
ulllllles for elecfrlcal codes which apply in your area
II lhere are no local codes. Ihe Nalional Eleclrical Code, ANSliNFPA
70-1987 must be followed.
You can get a copy by writing:
National Fire Protection Association
Oulncy, MA 02269
An adequate electrical supply and outlet must tx used la operate the elec-
frical pans of your oven. The oven cord has a three prong plug and must
be used with a properly grounded
lhree hole oullel wllh a standard 120
volt. 60 cycleOAC household current. Never use an extension cord to con-
nect Ihe oven to the electrical supply
lnslall Ihe electrical outlet below Ihe oven on the right side. It should be
easily reached through cabinet doors below Ihe oven. See Figure 5.
melhod of electrical hook-up is shown In Fig. 2. If you do
not have a grounded (rhree hole) wllel. have a quaIlfled eleclrician change
your old outlet or lnslall a new one.
adapter plug may be used to convert a two hole outlet lo
a three hole outlet until a grounded outlet can be installed. See Figure 3.
This should be done only lemporarlly and only II Ihe two hole outlet IS pr@
perly polarized and gounded.
Have a quaIlfled electnclan test the outlet
lo be sure II meets all requirements.
Always un lug the oven-cord
before making any eleclrical
(he oven. Ji hen unplugging
Ihe oven, always grasp the plug, never Ihe
cord. Never use an extension cord to connecl Ihe oven lo Ihe electrical
PLUG WITH GROUND PRONG
,PPOPERLY POLARIZED AND